Help us support photographers and filmmakers around the world as they bring critical environmental and social issues to a wide audience.
Donations to Blue Earth can be made by check at the address below. If you have any questions about donating, please feel free to contact us at (206) 569-8754.
4557 51st Pl SW
Seattle, WA 98116
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You may make a project donation through PayPal to Blue Earth for the benefit of any of our currently sponsored projects. Just choose a project below!
Project donations through Blue Earth can also be made by check at the address above; please include a note designating the recipient project along with the check. If you have any questions about donating, please feel free to contact us at (206) 569-8754.
We would like to invite photographers and filmmakers to enter their projects for consideration of Blue Earth Sponsorship. We are accepting project proposals through January 20th until midnight PST. More »
Collaborations for Cause 2017
We’re excited to present two full days of presentations, small group breakouts and networking opportunities at the iconic Seattle Central Library in downtown Seattle, May 5th and 6th, 2017. Save the date and get your Early Bird tickets today! More »
Blue Earth accepts three projects in summer submission
PhotoWings Releases Videos From Collaborations For Cause 2016
If you weren't able to attend this year's Collaborations for Cause, you can still access the incredible content from our presenters. PhotoWings partnered with Blue Earth to record the presentations during the 2016 Collaborations for Cause event and have published videos of our panelists and presenters. More »
Blue Earth Board Expands
We happily welcome the following individuals to our board of directors:
Thor Radford, Lisa Delfiner Parsons, David Ryder, Drew Stone, Debbie Espinosa, Mandy Lindgren, Tom Lynn, and Karen Ducey. More »
Shooting From The Heart: Photography That Makes A Difference
Need some help creating your own photographic project? Download a free PDF copy of Blue Earth's highly regarded handbook for photographers developing documentary projects, Shooting From The Heart: Photography That Makes A Difference. More »